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If there are children in your family affected by dementia, these tips will help you and them cope so you can live as positively as possible
What are the main symptoms of the most common types of dementia. Be aware that everyone has their own experience of dementia, and the symptoms may vary between people.
Face-to-face clinic appointments with a specialist dementia nurse in a location near you.
Getting a diagnosis of the specific type of dementia you have will mean you can get the right support to help you live better with the condition.
Falls are common in older people and people with dementia, and can make it difficult for them to live independently.
If you are concerned about your own memory it is important to consult a GP as soon as possible. This will make sure that you are given appropriate advice.